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[challenge entry] Not a new idea


Probably left alot out etc. but quick and dirt toapage. Forgot who posted this on /links the other week, but read it and you will, like me, support the strike action. www.lrb.co.uk/v31/n18/roy-mayall/diary

Edit- thanks for 1st page of popular guys, first time for me :) I was going to re-edit it to get rid of the mistakes, but Ive got alot of work to do and its nearly wed anyway..so excuse the spelling etc. was a rush job

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(, Fri 30 Oct 2009, 12:42, archived)
# that were an interesting read
my postie is ace, unlike ParcelForce, who reckon 'somewhere safe' is on my windowsill
(, Fri 30 Oct 2009, 12:45, archived)
# I hate to nit pick
but he does have to deliver mail for other companies. Nobody else has the infrastructure or the finances to actually put mail through people's doors.

Otherwise, woo.

EDIT: Just read your blog. Well written! But I should point out that all upstream mail providers pay Royal Mail for the sort and final mile, and also pay an access fee for delivering into their sort centres.
(, Fri 30 Oct 2009, 12:49, archived)
#
not my blog :)

I know what you're saying. But if it was really a free-market they would HAVE to have their own infrastructure etc. Its not really competition otherwise in my opinion.

Then again Im a socialist type and think water and rail should be nationalised, and there should be public options for utilities etc.
(, Fri 30 Oct 2009, 13:17, archived)
# I'm not a socialist type...
...but I think water and rail should be nationalised too.

Free market types who've actually read economics books understand that private monopolies are just really really bad. In every way. Having many small monopolies is not competition. Public sector provision is waaaaaaaay preferable even to some of us loonies who like competition.
(, Fri 30 Oct 2009, 13:48, archived)
# I too am a Socialist type
who believes that buses should be nationalised as well as water and rail.
(, Fri 30 Oct 2009, 14:19, archived)
# Respect!
this is top class good work I totally agree.
(, Fri 30 Oct 2009, 13:04, archived)
# Read the blog the other day
Having worked for BT where management are similarly slimy c*nts this gets a big click for me.

Up the workers!
(, Fri 30 Oct 2009, 13:15, archived)
# Like and agree
But please can you change looses to loses?
(, Sun 1 Nov 2009, 15:45, archived)
# There's a few mistakes that are geting on my nerves. But I'm too lazy to do anything about it..maybe tomorrow
(, Sun 1 Nov 2009, 18:18, archived)
# It's about bloody time
someone posted something like this.

I had to collect a parcel from my sorting office last week, but I waited until today so that I didn't have to pick it up from a scab manager.
(, Mon 2 Nov 2009, 11:08, archived)
# A small point
I think the pensions deficit is £5.9 billion, not million.

Still, all this serves to do is reflect even worse on RM
(, Mon 2 Nov 2009, 11:16, archived)
# Ide really better sort out the mistakes!
(, Mon 2 Nov 2009, 18:16, archived)
# Clickty click from me
Our postmen are aces, one fella called Malcolm who's a happy camper, and some other dude who we sponsored for a testicular cancer walk.
(, Mon 2 Nov 2009, 11:45, archived)